Body Shaming – my experience

Body Shaming is something, that I have been facing since past many years. Well, the reason for body shaming has always been my height, weight, skin color if not anything else, way of dressing. Earlier, I did not know, the word body shaming and was not aware about it being an offence. We often feel, that it is our birth right to pass on our judgment … Continue reading Body Shaming – my experience

Dealing with blocked nose for your child, here are few tips and tricks

For any mother, the worst nightmare is when her child is unwell. Being a mother of a toddler, the worst that can happen to a child are common cold and cough. Though, we face it almost every month, sometimes, the cold prolongs for a month, the thought of which itself is scary. Whenever, my son gets catches cold, I go berserk. The first question, that … Continue reading Dealing with blocked nose for your child, here are few tips and tricks

What Stories Worth Sharing taught me

Story telling was something, that I enjoyed since my childhood. Slowly, and steadily, I forgot that art. Sharing of experiences or your day to day life slowly became a whatsapp affair. There was definitely something missing. The experience of seeing expression on the listener’s face, is the best feedback, a story teller can get. Once again, life gave me an opportunity to become a story teller, … Continue reading What Stories Worth Sharing taught me

When parents turn Bullies

Well the title of this  blog may shock you a bit, but sometimes knowingly or unknowingly, the biggest bullies in a child’s life are his parents. Sometimes knowingly, and many a times unknowingly we bully our children. The basic duty of parents is to help make our kids, rough and tough for the world and in the same process we adopt strictness. We feel that … Continue reading When parents turn Bullies

Taking Children to workplace

I still remember, during my childhood, when my neighbor used to go to her mother’s office on one fine Saturday. Apart from that, I also visited my father’s office once or twice a year. It was nothing fancy, unlike today, just a table and desk , a ceiling fan and loads and loads of papers. I felt Privileged, like an adult, whenever I went to … Continue reading Taking Children to workplace